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recently has written a piece called, "backgrounder: the history of the nra/alec gun agenda." welcome back, lisa, to "democracy now!" talk about the power of the gun lobby. are you surprised to see the facebook page down of the nra or it has gone dark, and also talk about the power of alec and what it is. >> thank you for having me on it and not surprised the nra doubt in the face of this terrific massacre in connecticut, but the fact is, the nra has been working with alec for decades and out is the american legislative exchange, the largest organization for state legislators in the country of voluntary members and a call by some of the largest corporations in the world. the nra and alec were partners for decades on numerous than laws, bills basically that were voted on in secret through alec meetings were in our alatas would cast a vote as an equal to legislator as some posh resort even that alec would host. those bills are quite extreme. they include not just the bill ratifying the stand your ground law in florida that was in controversy earlier this year after being cited in the trayvon
the smart alec that once asked me this. >> i must ask you, piers, have you ever been properly in love? i was instructed by your staff to pose this very question to you. >> alec baldwin, talking about everything from politics -- >> we can probably solve this in about a week. it's not that tough. >> to bob costas and gun control. the fate of a thinking man's ceo, "30 rock's" and alec baldwin live and unfiltered. >>> a heart breaking story of hope after tragedy. a mother lost three young daughters and parents in a christmas day fire last year. she's finding the strength to rebuild her life. >> for me, finding out the truth of what happened is very important. it is the way that i want to really honor and respect my parents and my children. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. with everything going on in washington these days there's not many laughs in politics unless you have a guest like alex baldwin. you would call him the poster boy for liberals but plays a hard core republican and for laughs. listen to this exchange of nbc's "30 rock." >> this is why 50.1% of americans ha
the madness, but here is what he is up against. 24 michigan lawmakers are acting on behalf of alec that conservative group that drafts gun legislation for lawmakers, and alec has been bank rolled by the nra. michigan's alec chair cosponsored the extreme gun legislation that rammed through the house and senate last week. but this is not just about michigan. michigan has been passing some crazy bills these last few weeks, but this is much broader. alec's legislation has been used across the country to weaken gun laws. since 2009, 99-nra-backed alec laws have passed in 36 states. all of those states are states where alec-backed gun legislation has passed. and as a result gun safety laws across the country have gotten incredibly watered down. in arizona you need a permit to cut hair but not to carry a concealed. in mississippi concealed weapons permits last longer than driver's licenses. iowa it's easier to sell a gun than lemonade. in arkansas it takes less time to buy a gun than to qualify for food stamps. not only do we have weaker gun laws than other countries, w
ever been properly in love? i was instructed by your staff to pose this very question to you. >> alec baldwin talking about politics. >> we can solve this in about a week. it's not that tough. >> bob costas and gun control, the fate of a thinking man's ceo, "30 rock," alec baldwin, live and unfiltered. there is hope after tragedy. a mother lost her three young daughters and parents in a christmas day fire last year. she is finding the strength to . >> for me, finding out the truth of what happened is very important. it is the way that i want to really honor and respect my parents and my children. >> this is piers morgan tonight. >>> good evening. there are not many laughs to be had a in politics. nms, of course, you have a guest like alec baldwin. he was the poster boy for liberals. he does a good job of playing a hard core republican and playing it for love. this is an exchange from "30 rock". >> this is why 50.1% of americans hate republicans because you're sneaky and cynic wi cynical. >> i'm doing everything i can for my beliefs. i truly believe that one rich person can make roomfu
. but it is a win for the koch brothers. they are the ones who fund the conservative bill mill alec, the american legislative exchange council. we covered this long ago. alec is a group that is funded by large corporate interests and the koch brothers that writes physically writes model bills for state legislatures and this bill is straight out of the alec playbook. the language in it is almost identical, almost exactly the same as alec's model right to work act. the labor leaders are vowing to fight this until the bitter end be. a high-ranking official told talking points memo "if this bill is signed today it will be a thunderdome for governor snyder and michigan for the next two years. all options are on the table. this fight is far from over." it is my pleasure to welcome michigan senate democratic leader gretchen whitmer coming to us from lansing. senator whitmer, thank you so much for joining us inside "the war room." >> i'm glad to be here with you governor. >> jennifer: all right. so you're in the thick of it
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as alec -- i always -- alec is the association of legislative -- the association -- the american legislative exchange council, i'm sorry, that's alec. american legislative exchange council. when i think back on the history of that organization and when i ponder who their corporate members have been, i'm brought to the realization that those auto manufacturers are long time members of alec. now what is alec? alec is an organization that brings public officials, mainly state legislators, together for quarterly meetings at various locations throughout the country. so the legislators, about 80% of the state legislators in america, belong to alec. and so they pay dues -- used to be $50 a year, now i understand it's $100. you pay dues. the citizens actually pay the dues for the politicians. that comes out of the state treasury. so they go, they join alec and they go to the quarterly meetings and they participate in the legislative efforts of that organization. which also includes, in addition to legislators, corporations, big business. some small businesses. but it's basically an organ
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was instructed by your staff to pose this very question to you. >> alec baldwin. we're talking about everything from politics. >> we can probably solve this in about a week. it's not that tough. >> bob costas and gun control. alec baldwin live and unfiltered. >>> plus an extraordinary heartbreaking story. mother and her children in a christmas fire. how she's finding the strength troe bui her life. >> finding out the truth is very important. it's the way i want to honor and respect my parents and my children. >> this is piers morgan tonight. >>> good evening. there aren't many laughs to be had in politics unless you have a guest like alec baldwin. in real life we call him the poster boy for liberals. this is an exchange from nbc's 30 rock. >> this is 15.1% of americans hate republicans because you're sneaky and cynical. >> i think i'm the opposite. i'm doing everything i can for my beliefs. i believe one rich person can change the world. >> joining me now is alec baldwin. we've never met in the same studio. >> i'm going to miss that show and that character. >> what is going to happen to my life
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will obama play in the fight? you and alec baldwin aren't the only ones who get upset on a plane when it comes to turning off ur cell phone. a new battle underway. we're on the case next tracy: t tax man is coming back with a veeance. in 2013 regaress if wdrive off the fiscal cliff or not. it is force the nation's hardest workers believe itr not cough up more dough. the country's wealthiest put uncle sam competence fever. joining us now. the government made all his mistakes, so the really wealthy peoplean pay for it all. spk the whole point ist can fit the bill. we'll add $10 tllion of debt, doesn't obama taught no tax increases. we're talking cover the debt overhat time. it is not enough to prent a debt crisis down the line. tracy: we have seen it timand me again. thougthe ability to wealth if y have access to important pple. ey don't have to pataxes after all. >> people don't work as hard as ithey otherwise would have,on't take risks so don't get the growth have not raised taxes. i think that's what would happen if we went with president obama's plan. they come it wl not grow as fas
and functional rates. he decided to throw in with the alec, american legislative exchange council for weakening labor. if you take a look at those that were passed in michigan you will find verbatim polls from alec's model legislation. this is not a local michigan initiative. what snyder and his legislative allies have done is tap into a national model for weakening labor at the polling place. labor rights have been harmed. it's going to be deeply harmful to working people at least in the short-term. the key thing storemember is even if you are not a union member, aren't a working person democracy has been assaulted. it's what werearping the discourse so that republicans in 2014 have an easier time getting elected. >> bill: no. no. absolutely. i was going to ask you about that. i mean the way this was done seems to me to be the least democratic way possible. no public hearings, no testimony. no nothing. they just rammed this through. >> the best way to understand it is just a blatantly. it isn't just thely. snyder is the governor who said he would
brothers, groups with alec. it really is these outside influences trying to change our state. you know, we had a governor who ran a campaign saying that he wanted to be transparent. he wanted to be data-driven. he wanted to work together with management, and he wanted to work together with labor so we could create jobs and change education and get the skills that are needed in the state. instead, he is allowing these outside groups like alec and other insiders like dick devass, very rich corporate ceo types. and they're not going to be successful in beating back workers. we're going to show that it's actually energizing our base. and people are saying that they're angry about it. >> what was the name you put out? what was his name? dick what? >> dick devos. >> that's the amway guy. >> yep, that's right. >> and governor snyder seems to have -- seems to pay more attention to him than he does the citizens of the state. and that's very unfortunate. >> moving forward here, the only option you have here is 2014. congressman, in some way could this really solidify democrats going into a midterm w
legislative exchange council alec is funded by the koch brothers. alec writes legislation state by state. guess what? michigan's right to work rules mirror alec language practically word for word. these guys didn't even have to write the bill. it was handed to them. this is not conservatives' only line of attack. oh, there is more there are attempts to change the electoral college in ohio, pennsylvania, and virginia. a virginia state senator has proposed a scheme to allocate electoral college votes based on districts rather than the popular vote. it's a way of marginalizing urban voters in the next election. game plan page 2. you see, listen very carefully to romney's running mate paul ryan right after the election. >> i think the surprise was some of the turnout. some of the turnout, especially in the urban areas, which definitely gave president obama the big margin to win this race. there is always an electoral college strategy in winning these things. and you know what states you need to win to get to 270 electoral votes. and when we watched -- look at the map here of virginia and ohi
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season since season one, alec has made a request to have a photoshop from. we buy images of say dominique strauss-kahn. it changes every year. there's a picture of obama where he's really distancing himself and it's very funny. >> let's hit jack's bar. >> all right. >> he won't mind. >> no. >> what a gorgeous view. >> isn't it though? cheers. >> this is nice. >> there's usually the stage and the band curtain. >> i was wondering how you created a set within a set. but this actually looks like the back of the "snl" set. >> yes. we based all of this when i did these sets at the beginning. so i walked through. even this cable. this isn't real. hair and makeup. this isdressing room. >> wow. it's as loud as tracy. >> exactly. >> tracy is kind of self-absorbed. so everything in here has his face on it. you know what i'm noticing a lot more too, anybody can put in their own home is these textured wall papers. >> it doesn't read that much on film, but it has a metallic color to it. >> animal print is popular these days. you don't have to go tracy jordan animal print. >> throw on the couch. it's af
, alec, a lesson >> at that age, he took everything for granted. kids don't think about having a car, having a bed, having clothes, having food. >> reporter: so johnson made a batch of breakfast burritos, put them in the truck, and took his son and his friend luke to see where the homeless live on the streets of san diego. >> i was scared. i thought they were all criminals and drunks. and addicted to drugs. >> reporter: but what they found was something different. >> they would be, like, god bless you. and we'd, be, huh, good bless you to. >> reporter: now the boys have been making burritos and taking them to the streets every sunday for more than 100 weeks. >> and they haven't stopped. these guys are the bomb. >> oh, it means a lot, from the heart. they have a lot of heart. >> sunday, yes. >> reporter: they are known simply as the burrito boys >> yeah, he's like, we're really proud of you guys for doing that. and it felt good. >> these kids are great. they're so faithful and diligent in their work. >> reporter: in giving, these boys have received a priceless gift: respect. >> t
classes on utility controls, correct? how about medical? did medical? okay, as i said, my name is alec, i'm on truck 11. let's go into some light search and rescue. before you start, what do you do? stop, look, listen and think. any time you pull up to an incident or you see something, you take a breath, assess the situation, use all your senses and think about what you
, the restraining order, her daughter caught in the middle. and -- >> he was flirtatious. >>> did alec baldwin have a sexual relationship with his
as you well put it is in the states. the right wing the american legislative exchange counsel, alec they are powerful. they have a lot of money and a lot of lobby groups. they have bought upstate legislate temperatures. listen to what the good reporter said to you just now no wonder alec and the right wing has funded al myth i canic problem? voter fraud. they don't want democrats to register. >> that's not a left-right issue. >> that's a democracy issue. they have concocted the mythic voter fraud and put money behind it because they don't want to see people who will disproportionately vote democratic, people of color, young people, women, vote for their opponent. >> i agree with all of that but you have to admit that there are so many of these conservative think tanks, both in washington and across the country and amount fewer progressive ones. >> i disagree with that. >> wow. >> i just came from a meeting of the roosevelt institute, campaign for america's future. around this country and in washington arethere are many progressive groups, think tanks a
, the michigan right to work act, and alec right to work act, that's the american legislative exchange council, and in michigan respect lawmakers lifted from alec suggested union busting law word for word. these guys have the funding, the infrastructure, the message, the media, the boots on the ground and they are out to decimate progressive political power centers which are the unions. so back with me now, is michael moore. thanks again for sticking around. i just want to get your take on this, because we have seen these billionaires infiltrate at the state level in sort of an under the radar way and getting these small victories which are not so small when they add up. what can every day citizens do to be able to push back on this? >> hum. yes. mr. adelson and these billionaires have declared war on the middle class, on the average american worker. they are out to destroy the lives of tens of millions of people. they don't give a rat's ass about any of this. so unless we get up off of the couch, and get active and get involved, they will win. now here's -- here's
." alec, we always hear this coming out from the right supplied by the nra. is this time different? >> i think it's different this time and an acknowledgement that this is a line in the sand. the argument of the teacher theory or proposal is a new level of ridiculousness? can you imagine after the terrorists who had the explosives in his shoes, if he had said, every airline passenger should have shoe -- explosive shoes so we can combat it like that, it's a ludicrous proposition. i was speaking with john larson, a congressman from connecticut. he said if that's what louie go mert thinks flies in texas, that's there's acknowledgement that there needs to be change but there's so much resistance, so much entrenched resistance to the notion of reasonable laws around guns and gun possession that you're seeing an initial grasping of straws, anything but laws that are going to make it less easy for people to get weapons. >> jonathan, the fact that children were involved in this, has that disarmed advocates that were out to make sure they protect guns at all costs? >> not necessarily. these folks
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